It makes sense that hotel guests nowadays would like to access entertainment and information on their mobiles and tablets – but to what degree? It would appear quite a lot.
For many years all that people wanted when they went on holiday was a comfortable bed in a nice, quiet, reasonably-priced place that was well located for whatever it was they wanted to do whilst relaxing.
This is a question that we have been pondering – why the iPad is the final nail in the “all internet is free” coffin?
In the battle to appeal to tech-savvy travellers, London hotel Ecclestone Square is laying claim to being the most hi-tech property in the capital with a string of gadget-led features.
Hotel and conference tech provider iBahn hopes to aggressively expand its IPTV business around the world courtesy of a $20 million line of credit from JP Morgan Chase.
In some ways, the in-room hotel experience has remained the same for a very long time. Mini bar, TV and movies on-demand are pretty much standard in most properties.